This visual language also considers the press photographs of the protests (and police actions) in Wendland (with the brief establishment of the Free Republic of Wendland) and the mass protests at Brokdorf. Alongside this history of protest and militancy, Lüneburg, and Leuphana Universität, has a military history which has an obscured and hidden spatial and architectural language. In contrast to the visibility of the tactics of anti-nuclear militancy, how can the “invisibility” of the military history of the campus be represented? And how has the spatiality of the military been obscured, hidden, and camouflaged?
From this new perspective we have identified research points that we hope to incorporate into our project for Kunstraum and in the seminars at Leuphana in early June 2013. See on the right ->